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Old 04-19-2004, 11:41 PM   #1
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Hello travellers,
I found a great page to learn Spanish at Spanish language schools in Spain and Latin America.
It appears to be very objective and concise information about the Spanish language schools in Spain and Latin America, and they even offer discounts for everyone who wants to learn Spanish abroad.
Hope that helps some people!
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Old 01-14-2005, 04:42 AM   #2
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thanx for the great site!!!! its really helpful 4 me!
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Old 01-14-2005, 01:04 PM   #3
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languagesabroad.com is a good one for any language.
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MESTER
they have schools all over spain and one in cuba and peru i think,
i was at theone in salamnca for a months or so...theyre awesome
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hey guys and gals!

I'm happy I read this topic cause I had been looking for a "Spanish schools around the world" type of website for awhile now.

I had heard about languages abroad before but from what I remember when I checked it out it wasn't very clear and there wasn't much description about the course or city or anything. all I noticed was that the main focus was on the price and how much every little added-on thing cost.

But last week I looked on that spanish4students website you recommended and thought it was alright. the only problem I had was that I'm looking for a school in Argentina and they only had 4 or 5 cities listed...it's a pretty big country, I'm sure there are more cities and towns with Spanish schools in Argentina! That's just my opinion.

So I did a bit more research on-line to see if I could find a larger list of schools in Argentina and came across this site Learn Spanish Guide.com
you have a choice of about 15 different cities and many more schools than the other sites. i found there to be a huge list of schools in Latin America and tons in Spain. now i'm trying to decide on a school and i'm thinking maybe i'll even take 2 classes in 2 different countries! oh i'm just full of dreams...now i just need money to fulfill them!

well i hope that helped some of you!

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Thanks for the info....Yup I too want to learn Spanish really bad. Think I'll be doing it in Guatemala though. heard its one of the cheapest places to learn it. And I'm all about cheap! Though I'll prob be doing it in two countries like you. Learn a little bit and then travel on , then get a refresher course. Nice site it is!
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No worries! Glad to help! So when are you planning on traveling? Let me know if you find a good school. You never know it's a very small world we could end up at the same place at the same time! I saw some that offer intensive Travel Spanish courses, might be useful, who knows!
I hear ya, I'm all about the CHEAP as well!
Good luck and cheers!

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Well *maybe* in the fall. Though that's a big IF at the moment considering i am el broko..Just means I have to work my ass off this summer. Yeah I've been browsing around schools in Xela and antigua for awhile now. Theres just so many to choose from. Pretty cheap when the schools only charge $130 a week incl homestay and dinner!! Well we'll see....I want to do more research and here more personal experience about it. Considering I have ZERO knowledge of spanish right now.

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